A look at the top 25 prospects in the state of Washington

In the second installment of our series on the top 25 in-state players from the 2017 recruiting class we focus on prospects 16 through 20 with a look at what each player brings to the table and where things stand on the recruiting front...


#20: Kim might not be a name you are familiar with, but make no mistake, he's definitely a player to keep an eye on. Kim was a leader on one of the top defenses in the state last year, tying for the team lead with 78 tackles while also posting a sack, a forced fumble and two interceptions from his linebacker spot. Because he doesn't have the ideal size for playing linebacker in college, he may need to move to safety, but he's got outstanding instincts, he's a sure-tackler and he's got underrated speed as well. Several schools have already made inquiries about Kim including the service academies and several FCS programs.


#19: It's hard to believe that Davis has yet to garner much attention on the recruiting front. He is a dominant interior defensive line prospect with a great first step. He wreaked havoc up front against eventual state champion Eastside Catholic in the first round of the state playoffs and was a one-man wrecking crew much of his junior season. The only thing holding Davis back is his size, but he has the frame to add another 30 pounds pretty easily. 


#18: Eastern Washington is the first school to offer Hampton, but to be sure, they will not be the last. Hampton won't blow you away physically, but he's got sneaky speed, he runs very good routes and his sure hands make him a real asset in third down situations. 


#17: Moos, the son of Washington State athletic director Bill Moos, is intriguing on both sides of the ball, but he's projected as a tight end at the next level. He's got offers from several schools including Washington State, Arizona State, Nevada, Idaho and Louisville and he has some other Power Five programs looking his way.


#16: Lucas has seen his stock rise sharply over the past couple of months and he recently hauled in his first Power Five offer, his second overall, when Washington State threw their hat in the ring. Lucas is a huge young man with tons of upside. Most schools project him on the defensive side of the ball where is long frame will allow him to be a defensive end in a 3-4 scheme. 

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